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Ramus Stein

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  1. Ritner basically said the Joseph Smith could not read Egyptian and did not really know Egyptology. Of course, as Ritner acknowledged, Joseph could not have known much anyway, since access to knowledge of Egyptian was so limited. I don’t know why that requires Ritner to write a book with Muhlestein. Is Muhlestein going to argue that Joseph could read Egyptian and did know Egyptology? If not, what’s the point? If the Book of Abraham has little to do with Egyptology, I don’t see the point of having Egyptologists write on the Book of Abraham from an Egyptological perspective. It was one thing to d
  2. Yes, the government is involved in legal contracts and settling property disputes.
  3. I don't care about Book of Abraham historicity. The Book of Abraham is scripture, and I hope it always remains part of the LDS canon.
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